TV Episode | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A businessman planning to build a new football stadium in New York City is on trial for murder. But the prosecution's star witness, a professional fundraiser who was having an affair with the victim, may have her own sinister motives.
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This is 200th episode of the series.
Detective Lennie Briscoe:
The stuff's safe as oysters, right?
Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers: It's the speediest approval in FDA history. Those old farts couldn't wait to get their own hands on it.
Mrs. Sanderson describes Viagra as an aphrodisiac, which is a common misconception. An aphrodisiac is a substance that enhances a person's libido or sex drive. Sildenaphil (Viagra) does not increase libido, therefore it would not be classified as an aphrodisiac, it is classified as a vasodilator. Vasodilators increase blood flow to certain areas of the body by increasing the size of blood vessels, which is how sildenaphil treats erectile dysfunction (ED). It's a myth that it can enhance a sexual experience for men even if they don't have ED, if a man is capable of getting a normal erection on his own, taking sildenaphil will have absolutely no clinical effect.